February 25, 1944 -- December 11, 2013

Thomas Robinson, 69, of Middlebury, died at 10:20 pm, on Wednesday, December
11, surrounded by his loving family, at his residence where he had lived for 43
years. He had battled diabetes for seven years requiring dialysis for the last three
years along with other health issues. He was born on February 25, 1944, in
Livermore Falls, ME, to Harry and Mary (Begey) Robinson. Surviving is a daughter,
Amy (Alfonso) Robinson of Chicago, IL; a son, William Robinson of Middlebury;
the mother of his children, Priscilla Swartzlander of Sinnamahoning, PA six sisters,
Mary Elizabeth Greenman of Farmington, ME, JoAnn Toothacher and June Ann
Herbert both of Livermore Falls, ME, Rae Elaine (Bob) Henderson of Readfield, ME,
Michelle Edna (Michael) Whittney of Strong, ME, Pamela Jean Knolen of Saint
Augustine, FL; two brothers, Patrick Henry (Joyce) Robinson of Shipshewana,
John  Robinson of NH. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister, Sandra
Ann McDonald and two brothers, Harry L.V. and Richard Ralph Robinson.  Thomas
was a carpenter and enjoyed woodworking, building windmills and fences. He was
an excellent cook, a pet lover and a mentor to many of his family and friends.
Visitation will be from 2:00 - 4:00 pm on Sunday December 15, at Miller-Stewart
Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street Middlebury. Memorials may be given to the
Elkhart County Humane Society.  

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Amy & Bill your Daddy fought a hard battle to the end. He will be missed so much
by us & I pray God comforts you in your time of your great loss of a man who has
touched so many of us. We will miss him dearly & keep his memory alive. Uncle Pat
& I are here for you both. We love you both so very much.
Uncle Pat & Aunt Joyce
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So very sorry to hear about your father.  May God bless you and your family during
this difficult time.
Terri (Howard) Berden
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Please accept my condolences on the loss of your dear loved one. Take comfort in
knowing that our heavenly Creator  understands your pain. He will soon remove all
pain, sorrow, and death forever! Rev 21:3,4 May this promise be of comfort to you
as you gain the strength and inner peace to cope with the days ahead,
remembering that God will be by your side. Philippians 4:13
D. Johnson
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Matthew 5:4 "Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted". We send
our condolences and will keep the family in our prayers.
Patrick & Candy Robinson
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Amy & Bill,
We want to say thank you for allowing us to help take care of your father towards
the last few years of his life.  Uncle Tom was a big part in our lives and we thank
him for all the goodies he always brought over.
  We are very proud of both of you in the end.  You both had a very loving father
that has touched a big part in our children's lives and we want you both to keep
that love for children that Uncle Tom had.  We will miss him greatly but know he's
in a much better place now.
Cousin David, Cousin Jen, Jamica, Anthony, Ethan & Cody